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British judges increasingly now pay attention to foreign case law when deciding domestic cases, and are required to interpret and apply international law in domestic courts and administer an international code of human rights. Tom Bingham examines the consequences of this increasingly internationalist outlook of British courts, including cases which rely on a range of foreign cases, cases where an international convention or principle is interpreted and cases in which human rights cases are decided in reliance on principles established elsewhere.Read more
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- Written by an experienced former judge
- Propositions are supported by examples drawn from real cases
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- Date Published: June 2010
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780521138024
- length: 102 pages
- dimensions: 215 x 140 x 15 mm
- weight: 0.16kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. 'Foreign moods, fads or fashions'
2. 'Wider still and wider'
3. Nonsense on international stilts?.
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